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The Lion King

November 16th, 2009

While doing some research on the web today, I found a nice article that talks about parallels between The Lion King movie and the Bible. Surprisingly there is a few interesting ones!

Read the full article here: http://www.crossroad.to/text/articles/tsbtlk96.html

THE PRIDE LANDS

GOD’S KINGDOM

  • One day a new king will rule the land
  • In that day, all will bow to the true King
  • The jealous Scar hates the new king
  • Satan hates Jesus and all who follow Him
  • Scar lures Simba onto a deadly path
  • Satan tempts us to choose our own way
  • “We’ll always be together,” says Simba
  • God will never leave or forsake His own
  • King Mufasa dies to save his son
  • Jesus gave His life for us
  • Scar blames Simba for his father’s death
  • Satan accuses Christians
  • Simba runs away, is saved by “outcasts”
  • Samaritan “outcast” helps victimized traveler
  • Simba grows to maturity in exile
  • Moses trained for leadership in the wilderness
  • Simba reluctant to return to responsibility
  • Christians reluctant to obey God
  • “He lives in you… Look inside yourself…”
  • Christ, our King, lives in us.



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Quiet time schedule 2009

November 16th, 2009

One of the most important habits that you can develop for sustained spiritual growth is the habit of a daily Quiet Time with God. Quiet Time is more than just sitting in silence. It is a daily time that you set aside to be alone with God. The goal of Quiet Time is to get to know God more intimately through His Word and through prayer.

Guide to Quiet Time: Guide-to-Quiet-Time.pdf

Schedule for daily Quiet Time – 2009: QuietTimeGuide2009.pdf

Source: Saint Mark Coptic Orthodox Church of Washington, DC